Ashlar wall of shell limestone with small staircase.

Loving corners and edges

The result is a diversified living garden with corners and edges, which are the very charm of the whole complex. The use of shell limestone, basalt and concrete paving creates a harmonious interplay of materials to compliment the house. The difference in height is compensated for by an ashlar wall, whose massiveness is mitigated by cleverly planned plant beds and a small staircase. Large-format basalt slabs create a generous living terrace, which in turn is bordered by plant beds made of small ashlars. A broad staircase leads to the wide lawn.

Depending on your taste, you can play football on the large lawn, have lunch with your family on the main terrace or sit comfortably with friends around the fireplace. Functional wishes such as barrier-free access, additional parking lots and the terrain support are integrated into a harmonious overall design.

Design: Autumn 2016
Start of construction: autumn 2017

Lush planting bed with lavender, white echinacea and the beautiful rose ‘Eden’.
Fantastic view of the Swabian Alb.

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